Applicata non grata: TikTok banned from official devices in several countries

The Chinese-owned video-based app TikTok faces bans from several Western governments, who say the platform poses a national security risk. FRANCE 24's Technology Editor Peter O'Brien tells us what this could mean for the future of TikTok, which has more than one billion users worldwide.

Over in India, there are efforts underway to nationalise a vegetarian diet. In cities across the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP party is imposing rules on the consumption of meat to promote a so-called Hindu way of life. Our correspondents report.

Also in this edition, we discover the most-watched non-English language show on Netflix worldwide. The Korean reality series "Physical 100" is a competition of strength in which both men and women compete for the top prize. We take a closer look.

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